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Track or track-pieces can be joined together to let trains run over it. There have been different systems of tracks in the offerings of Lego.

LEGO Track Systems

see also: Trains article.
  • 1966-1990 - rails and sleepers were independant and all-plastic.
  • 1991-2007 - integrated tracks elements joined rails and sleepers into a single piece with metal overlay.
  • 2006-present - the same integrated track elements as previously but without the metal overlay.

Ballasted Track

In the real world Ballasted track is track laid down on a bed of (usually) crushed stone or ballast. In the L-Gauge world, it means track which has been mounted on top of simulated ballast made of small LEGO elements to create a more realistic landscape.

External Links

  • Lego Train Track Through the Years on YouTube.